New York City in the early 90s was one of those instances where fashion and club culture intersected so synergistically. Photographer Nick Waplington spent years documenting models during fittings at Isaac Mizrahi’s Soho fashion studio, and at night would shoot the drag queens and DJs of New York’s underground club scene. You can see more of his photos from this era in a new book, The Isaac Mizrahi Pictures: New York City 1989-1993.
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I know I have an affinity for hyperboles but damn, do I want everything in Cos‘s spring collection. Especially love the sandy tones and origami fabrication.
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Everything about Beaufille‘s FW16 collection is enticing. From the exaggerated bell shapes to the deliberate nonchalance of the off-the-shoulder dresses, every detail is calculated and precise. If we let their more recent collections speak for themselves, I must say relocating the brand from Toronto to New York has been an overwhelmingly positive change. Their styling has grown in confidence, their designs stronger and bolder than ever before. It doesn’t exactly reinvent the wheel, but damn, do they make that wheel look pretty. Also ummm hi I want every piece of jewellery from this collection.
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Leave it to London’s 1205 to pump out one of the most refined and luxurious collections from London Fashion Week in recent memory. Creative director Paula Gerbase trained on Savile Row, and her meticulous eye for tailoring and proportions is apparent in every well-cut overcoat, and in every pair of perfectly-slouchy trousers. London Fashion Week tends to host some of the more eclectic and bolder ready-to-wear collections each season. It’s nice to be pleasantly surprised with this one.
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